OnlineTnJustice.org Hits 10,000 Questions

OnlineTn.justice.org, a website that allows low-income Tennesseans to seek free help with their civil legal problems, is celebrating 10,000 questions posted to the website and the more than 475 Tennessee volunteer lawyers registered to answer those questions. The innovative service, a joint project of the Tennessee Alliance for Legal Services and the Tennessee Bar Association, is designed to make it easier for people in need to access legal help. It also provides lawyers a flexible option for doing pro bono work anywhere there is internet service. Based on the success of OnlineTnjustice.org, the American Bar Association’s Pro Bono and Public Service Committee recently voted to establish a national online legal advice platform using the Tennessee model.

 

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